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Things whole often describes (“whole ________”)
world, thing, body, life, country, system, story, family, day, process, range, matter, nation, lot, number, area, series, community, army, affair, population, question, year, length, business, group, truth, period, history, course, house, structure, subject, force, field, earth, city, party, universe, class, town, situation, scene, night, being, race, idea, problem, church, region, blood, book, surface, heart, mass, set, company, picture, village, scheme, week, soul, face, kingdom, island, extent, numbers, land, generation, empire, issue, operation, milk, plan, building, economy, weight, project, concept, tribe

How whole often is described (“________ whole”)
organic, larger, coherent, unified, harmonious, single, integrated, social, complex, complete, greater, perfect, indivisible, consistent, meaningful, integral, homogeneous, cohesive, continuous, connected, collective, composite, systematic, artistic, united, concrete, unitary, seamless, comprehensive, dynamic, logical, infinite, undivided, universal, stupendous, undifferentiated, beautiful, inseparable, functional, vast, compact, structured, cosmic, intelligible, structural, wider, grand, interrelated, balanced, mighty, absolute, aesthetic, corporate, rounded, interconnected, inclusive, roasted, unique, orderly, coordinated, rational, indissoluble, uniform, interdependent, synthetic, symmetrical, dramatic, finished, architectural, ideal, unbroken, conceptual

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See whole used in context: 100+ rhymes, 101 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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